If the Va-specified width of a door is intended to be the actual door panel size, Va Door objects show door panels and swing lines 4" narrower than that.
If the Va-specified width of a door is intended to be a Rough Opening wider than the door by 2" (I understand this is universal for wood frame construction) then the door and swings depicted are still not correct: they’re 2" narrower than the door desired.
For my purposes, adjustments can be made within the use of Va (ie - always choose a size 4" wider than the door panel desired) to compensate for this and ensure that the swings shown match the sizes required. (Accurate scale depiction is essential for planning space: 2 doors whose swings show an accumulated 8" - or even just 4" - of space between one another but would actually collide isn’t workable for planning space accurately.)
The unworkable problem comes with Va’s automated door specifications, where the sizes specified don’t match the door size nor do they match what a typical desired rough opening size would be (door size as shown and desired plus 2"), but instead represent the desired door size plus 4". Is there a place to add a formula that will take 2" off of all the door widths automatically listed in Tables, Tags, and Legends? This is the simplest work-around I can think of. (It wouldn’t be effective if a designer put a note on a set of drawings asking a builder to “subtract 2” from every specified door width".)
(What would be best in the long term would be for Va to do as AutoCAD does: match the door panel and swing depicted to the specified door size. AutoCAD augments that with a lot of options to choose Rough Openings and create Casings and Mouldings in any Door Style, but Va could simply list the specified number in all the documentation as “Door Panel Size”. Unlike the unfeasible note from the previous paragraph It’d be quite effective to add a note specifying the clearance required for Rough Openings.)